Hollywood will honor the best in the business Sunday night at the Oscars, and one of the nominees in the Best Picture category has a distinct Texas connection.
A craze is sweeping the town of Mansfield. People young and old are painting rocks and leaving them around parks for others to find.
It's nearly March, which means Texas' annual bluebonnet/wildflower season is right around the corner.
The number of large solar energy plants in Texas is projected to nearly double over the next four years.
The Museum of the American Railroad in Frisco is raising money to move an amazing model train set for public display.
Joe and Lee Gorbett just celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary. Fate brought them together at an intersection in downtown Fort Worth.
Researchers from the Whiteside Museum of Natural History in Seymour are unraveling an ancient mystery -- a mammal-like reptile that predates dinosaurs by 60 million years.
Nobody likes sitting in long lines at the drive-thru, but if you're stuck there, why not try to enjoy it?
Boots Burgers first opened its doors nearly 50 years ago, and today it's still a Rockwall institution.
NBC 5's Cory Smith profiles the life and legacy of George Allen, Sr. who broke barriers in Texas and is the namesake of a courthouse in Dallas.